INTERNATIONAL: Again, the Nerves

Both sides were engaged in a "war of nerves" last week. With Winston Churchill talking in Washington, Anthony Eden talking in Moscow and Franklin Roosevelt hinting of ominous U.S. Navy movements (see p. 11), the Allies could lay claim to their own major nerve strategies. Responsively, the Rome radio reported that the Tokyo Nichi Nichi declared that "Mr. Antony Eden" would soon move on from Moscow to Chungking.

But the veteran nerve campaigner of Berchtesgaden was not idle. Angered by his reverses in Russia and Libya, undoubtedly bent on some recuperative blow,...

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